A new national study shows public school funding in most states remains unfair and inequitable — particularly for students living in poverty. The picture is of a class at Garfield Elementary School in Kansas City Public Schools. The majority of the district’s students are in low-income families.
A new national study shows public school funding in most states remains unfair and inequitable — particularly for students living in poverty. The picture is of a class at Garfield Elementary School in Kansas City Public Schools. The majority of the district’s students are in low-income families. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
A new national study shows public school funding in most states remains unfair and inequitable — particularly for students living in poverty. The picture is of a class at Garfield Elementary School in Kansas City Public Schools. The majority of the district’s students are in low-income families. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

Lewis Diuguid: Missouri shows up near the bottom in study on unfair school funding among states

March 17, 2016 01:05 PM